If you’ve watched ITV’s coverage of the Rugby World Cup recently, you would have seen New Zealand doing the Haka in the moat of the quintessentially English location of Rochester Castle. The Kent landmark is no stranger to the screen though.
The 2011 film, ‘Ironclad’, is set around the infamous siege of Rochester Castle, with the movie’s crescendo lending itself to an eerie experience for those lucky enough to view the film in the castle grounds. Hosted by The Luna Cinema, Pop-Up Cinema makes a return to the castle – and there’s perhaps no stranger feeling than sitting in the very location of such fortified history, watching on as the iconic focal point comes crashing down around you. The imagery never fails to put more than a few goosebumps on the skin.